Tuesday, 23 February 2010

Soho Square

Soho Square built in 1670, originally called King's Square for Charles II (yes that statue is him), has always been a very fashionable address. Whether real or in literature. (It was the address of Lucie and Dr Mannette in Dicken's Tale of Two Cities.)
Currently the address of prestigious media and sports organisations, such as 20th century Fox
and Bloomsbury Publishing.
Things may change radically around here once the new Cross Rail is completed sometime in 2016.


ninja said...

This is one of my favorite places in London. Thanks for the back story.

Anna said...

Oh, I love that building. You have once again added a place for me to visit on my someday trip. Thanks.

Rosa Laguna said...

last time I went there it was sunny and full of people.

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Karine said...

This looks like a lovely little square, hopefully it won't change too much!

Sharon said...

I don't think I've ever seen this. I'll have to make a point the next time I visit.

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